1990 Pontiac LeMans from North America
Shaped like an egg, runs like it's on crack
The power steering hose broke.
The transmission fluid spilled all over the highway.
The gas gauge reads wrong.
It rumbles at 35 mph.
The mirror falls all over the place.
The trunk shelf-thing falls all the time.
This car started out nice, but then things went bad.
I previously owned a 4-door 91 LeMans, now I own a 2-door 90.
I stayed with the kind of car because I like how comfortable it is.
My first LeMans cost me (with the new muffler and repairs) $350.
This "new" one from the dealership cost $1396 (+/- repairs).
I figure, as long as I can drive it to and from school, work, and in the fall, college, then I'll do fine.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 27th April, 2001